Drummond Woodsum is looking for an experienced estate planning lawyer to join its Portland office. The ideal candidate will have been practicing in Portland or southern Maine for 5+ years, predominantly or exclusively in the broad field of trust and estate planning and administration and have a loyal client base.
Drummond Woodsum is a growing firm with a unique and healthy culture that makes it a highly desirable place to practice law.
Many lawyers, including shareholders and associates, have joined Drummond Woodsum laterally from other firms. We like to think the movement is not lateral, but is upward.
Drummond Woodsum’s culture is informal, friendly and unregimented. We are committed to our independence as a mid-sized firm and the entrepreneurial environment that we foster. The firm has grown by encouraging entrepreneurial lawyers to develop their practice with flexibility in how their client relationships are structured and managed.
The firm, founded in 1965, maintains more than 19 practice areas spanning a broad spectrum of the law with a primary focus on business, litigation, and public sector practices. Drummond Woodsum provides a wide range of services to meet the varying legal needs of some of the nation's largest corporations, start-up companies, financial institutions, colleges and universities, Indian nations and tribal enterprises, municipalities, school districts, and individuals.
If you are interested in joining Drummond Woodsum please send a letter of application and resume in complete confidence to:
Drummond Woodsum is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, veteran's status, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, creed, citizenship status, marital status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. Our Firm's policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment. To achieve our goal of equal opportunity, Drummond Woodsum maintains an affirmative action plan through which it makes good faith efforts to recruit, hire and advance in employment qualified minorities, females, disabled individuals and covered veterans. EOE M/F/V/D